Between her work coaching the girls varsity soccer program in the fall and girls basketball program in the winter, Kathy Morse has endeared herself to a generation of Bees sports fans.
Along the way, some championships were earned, and some milestones passed – including Thursday night’s 2-1 victory over Liverpool at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium, which not only kept the girls soccer Bees undefeated at 10-0-1, it also pushed Morse to the 200-win mark. 200 came against Liverpool, considered B’ville’s primary challenger for Section III Class AA superiority this fall. 14 at LHS Stadium, and the Bees won, 3-0, helped in no small part by a red card that forced the Warriors to play short-handed for most of the night.
There are many ways to get involved and support the B’ville Girl’s Soccer program.
Volunteers are needed in the following areas: Concessions: Parents needed to sell concessions during Varsity home games.(Every JV parent is expected to serve once during the season) Ball kids: Modified players and siblings are needed to help retrieve balls on the sidelines during Varsity and JV home games.
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My number one question would be, where would they put these jails?
I’m sure it wouldn’t be on the Upper East Side or Tottenville, S. Susan Watson Manhattan: I’m appalled that New York City does not have nurses who go into homes to administer medications for seniors other than SPOP (Service Program for Older People).
The second encounter would feature no such handicap, though the departure of Lynsey Roth had hurt Liverpool’s depth.
Even in an 11-on-11 situation, though, the Bees bolted in front 1-0 before the game was five minutes hold as a mishandled corner kick got drilled into the net by Mackenzie Schaffner.